Content originally from Care Quality Commission
We published ‘Registering the right support’ after a scoping review. It set out our policy position on how providers of health and adult social care should meet the fundamental standards in line with best practice when developing services for autistic people and people with a learning disability.
Last year we reviewed the guidance and carried out engagement with a wide range of people to see how we could improve it. They said it should be clearer and should better reflect personalised care and outcomes for people.
We’ve revised the guidance and its now called ‘Right support, right care, right culture’. We want to know what you think.
The guidance comes in two parts:
- what we expect good care to look like for people with a learning disability and autistic people;
- case studies, mainly based on decisions we’ve made about registration applications, our monitoring and inspections. We’ve only provided a small sample of case studies now. We’ll add some more when we publish.
We’ve also made an easy read version which we’d like your views on too.
Please share your views by 13 February 2020.
Thank you for your support.